A short selection of recent gorgeous remixes:
I’m late on Parra for Cuva, just followed recently. He manage to have slight flavours of gospel in his tracks. Much appreciated this elegant Jonas Woehl interpretation.
Downtempo version by Clara Moto of a great Samaris ballad. Could listen in repeat for hours with this in background.
What a special mixture. Is it only me or should Jon Hopkins have a featuring on all of his tunes? Here some feat. with Purity Ring.
Sun Glitters is just pure summer, plus he makes me discover new artists with his remix choices.5 hearts
UK photographer Rebecca Bathory and the love for abandoned buildings.
Unseen to ordinary people who pass their boarded windows and fenced walls, the no trespass signs refrain society from seeing the hidden world behind closed doors. These locations are imbued with a wealth of meaning and wonder and a history of their own. There is considerable aesthetic beauty in things decayed and the objects that remain, but will soon disappear forever.6 hearts
The scene is presented in isometric view and based on optical illusions and changes of perspective.
Visually, the color palette and the architecture of scenarios creates a peculiar aesthetic, which contribute to maintain a high level of ludic fruition.
Narration provides many references to sacred geometry and epic tones, having the rare merit to create poetic interludes between game actions.
Also enjoy the inspiring behind the scenes above.6 hearts
Do you like modern drones and love to see your action cam or DSLR flying here and there across the sky? You should be grateful to people like George R. Lawrence.
This genius, creator of projects such as the world’s largest camera and giant tripods, devoted to aerial photography and used a train of multiple kites to lift his panoramic cameras up.
He took spectacular photos, some of which are of great historical value as the aerial view of the city of San Francisco just six weeks after the terrible earthquake of 1906.
I suggest this link if you want to know more of his techniques.5 hearts
The upheaval of the days of the Exodus caused by interplanetary perturbations and discharges, was of an intensity of many thousands of hydrogen bombs. Some of the many consequences were transmutation of elements, nuclear fission, and radiation sickness.
A permanent bombardment of the Earth by cosmic rays is going on, resulting in fission of atoms, especially those of nitrogen. But the comparative rarity of cosmic rays makes the results, though spectacular in every case or collision of a ray-particle with an atom or a gene, lacking, in an overall picture, the dramatic element of massive change or transformation.
In the abnormal conditions of interplanetary stress and discharges, the elements could go through transformations on a grand scale, the living organisms through the process of somatic changes, and their reproductive cells through mutations that would impress themselves on the formation of the generations to follow.4 hearts
These project by photographer Jim Golden focus on tech objects almost excluded from the glittering stage of consumerism.
Using author’s words:
The seeds for the Relict of technology project started when I found a brick cell phone at a thrift store in rural Oregon.
Since finding it, similar bits and pieces of old technology and media kept grabbing my attention. The fascination was equal parts nostalgia for the forms, and curiosity as to what had become of them. One thing led to another and I was on the hunt for groups of media and key pieces of technology, most of which have now been downsized to fit in the palm of our hand. These photos are reminders that progress has a price and our efforts have an expiration date.
See more on the official website.3 hearts